In the wake of sitting tight for over 40 years, Dancehall artiste Gully Bop has at long last gotten a US visa.
The artiste, who rose to moment distinction in 2014 by means of online networking, as of late performed at a few occasions in Europe and the Caribbean. Be that as it may, fans in the United States will at long last get an opportunity to see him in real life.
His director, Heavy D, who addresses the media for his sake, says Gully Bop’s visa is a chance to grow his image.
“He is on a world visit and the United States is the following stop. A US visa makes it less demanding to go to specific spots, and at present individuals are asking for him in Canada and the UK,” he said.
A few US-based shows are now being publicized with the artiste. On the other hand, Heavy D says Gully Bop won’t be going until he has performed at Reggae Sumfest’s Dancehall Explosion on July 16 at the Catherine Hall Entertainment Complex in St James.
While expressing appreciation to God for Gully Bop’s gift, Heavy D likewise shared sympathy toward the present arrangement of Jamaican artistes who are living in Jamaica without making a trip benefit to the United States.
“Each artiste needs to have a visa. I don’t know how we are going to get to the phase where every one of them can travel, yet we have to arrive. Gully Bop got his and its beneficial for him in light of the fact that now his clothes to newfound wealth story will proceed with,” Heavy D said.
Gorge Bop is advancing another coordinated effort with Boosh Kash called Summer Rave.